Prix Forum Wrap-Up
Sarah Kriesche (AT), Isabelle Arvers (FR), José-Carlos Mariátegui (PE), Thomas Gegenhuber (AT)

Together, chairs from the three different Prix Forum panels will reflect on this year’s project selection. Special attention will be payed to what keywords (re-)emerged during the panel discussions themselves and how the themes of each artists work pertain to the looming question of “But How?”.

Prix Forum: Digital Communities
Thomas Gegenhuber (AT), Amina Khoulani (SY), Kiya Tadele Atnafu (KE), Ory Yoshifuji (JP)

The Prix Forum – Digital Communities is an open discussion between the top three winners of Prix Ars Electronica 2022 and a jury member. Ory Yoshifuji (Golden Nica/ Avatar Robot Café DAWN ver.ß),Amina Khoulani (Award of Distinction / Families for Freedom), and Yatreda (Award of Distinction / STRONG HAIR) will be on the panel, while juror Thomas Gegenhuber will chair the session.

Dataspace: Global impacts of the Russian war on Ukraine
Nikkei Innovation Lab (JP), Ars Electronica Futurelab (AT)

Dataspace proposes a "newspaper of the future": Here, the Ars Electronica Futurelab and financial newspaper Nikkei's Innovation Lab demonstrate, how art and journalism can help to listen carefully to facts and think deeply rather than just consuming and reacting to news.

Space Ink Experience Workshop
Wacom Co., Ltd., Ars Electronica Futurelab (AT)

In the Space Ink workshop, visitors can draw with light: Using Wacom pens and tablets, you control luminescent drones to draw in three-dimensional space via the Ars Electronica Futurelab's operating system SwarmOS.

Futurelab Guided Tour
Ars Electronca Futurelab Researcher/Artist

Members of the Ars Electronica Futurelab invite you to embark on a tour through their visions and ideas for the future, which are distributed throughout the Ars Electronica Center.

Humanity of the Future
Hideaki Ogawa (JP/AT), Guy Ben-Ary (AU), Kasia Chmielinski (US), Hiroshi Ishiguro (JP), Akane Kikuchi (JP), Martina Mara (AT), Sarah Newman (US), Nathan John Thompson (AU)

Observing the possibilities presented by life science, brain science, artificial intelligence, artificial life, and robotics, we can see the essence of our sense of life and hints of a new humanity. In this century and the next, what kind of technosphere will we live in?

Media of the Future
Nicolas Naveau (FR/AT), Rashin Fahandej (US/IR), Sarah Kriesche (AT), Oishi Nobuyuki (JP), Joanna Wright (GB), Takeshi Yamada (JP)

In this age of visual information inundated with text and images, what are new methods and media for thinking deeply about facts and issues rather than simply consuming and reacting to news? The "Media of the Future" session will focus on Artistic Journalism.

Work of the Future
Horst Hörtner (AT), Gianpaolo Barozzi (IT), Victoria Čaić (DE/AT), Mary Lizabeth Lu (PH), Marcus Neustetter (ZA/AT)

What could “work” on a planet B look like? What needs to be done to initiate a change in the desired direction? The session starts with an inspiration shower to spread the creative sparks of different perspectives.

Earth4All - A Survival Guide for Humanity
Friedrich Hinterberger (AT), Jayati Ghosh (IN), Astrid Rössler (AT), Maria Langsenlehner (AT)

Seeking to operationalize systems change, the Earth4All project developed 5 pathways that steer humanity away from ecological and social catastrophe.

Keynote by Ernst Ulrich von Weizsäcker (DE)
Ernst Ulrich von Weizsäcker (DE) with opening words by Till Kellerhoff (DE)

Ernst Ulrich von Weizsäcker will speak on the new report to Club of Rome: a survival guide to help steer humanity away from ecological and social catastrophe.